N.C.C.P. Coaching Certification Requirements

All Minor teams registering for a Provincial Championship that does not lead to a Western Canadian or Canadian require a minimum of one coach who has completed the Community Softball Coach Clinic, or Softball Competition Introduction weekend 1 and weekend 2, or have a complete Softball Level 1 Coaching Certificate (Technical + Practical + Introduction to Competition Part A) and must be present at the Provincial Championship and on the bench.

All teams registering in a Provincial Championship category that leads to a Western Canadian or Canadian Championship require a minimum of one (1) Coach to be fully certified Competition Introduction (All three weekends) and the Making Ethical Decisions (MED) online exam, or have a complete Softball Level II Coaching Certificate (Technical + Practical + Introduction to Competition Part A & B), and must be present at the Provincial Championship and on the bench. Exception: Master teams require one coach who has completed the Community Softball Clinic or Level 1 N.C.C.P. Coaching Certificate (Technical + Practical + Introduction to Competition Part A).

A certified coach must be in attendance and on the bench at all Provincial Championship games. Effect: Absent coach is fined $100.00, and no base coaches will be allowed on the playing field. Certified coaches not attending Provincial Championships will be automatically suspended.

Teams requiring a certified coach for Provincial Championships who do not have this person on the roster at the registration deadline will be fined $100. No exceptions. Teams adding a certified coach after the roster registration deadline will still be fined $100.

 All Coaches must take the Respect in Sport (RiS) online program prior to stepping on the diamond. Information is available on our website under the coaching tab. The program takes about 3 hours to complete and is free of charge.

 

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